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A huge piece of California's Highway 1 near Big Sur collapsed into the ocean

A huge piece of California's Highway 1 was washed out this week by a winter storm that brought heavy rain and snow.








https://www.cnn.com/2021/01/30/us/big-sur-road-collapse-trnd/index.html

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9204911/Drone-footage-captures-CRATER-Californias-Highway-One-Big-Sur-rain-washes-road-away.html

California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) officials said in a statement Friday a debris flow from the hillside above the roadway "overwhelmed drainage infrastructure, flowed across the highway, and eroded the road resulting in the complete loss of a segment of Highway 1" at Rat Creek, about 15 miles south of Big Sur, a mountainous stretch of the state's central coast.

California Highway Patrol Officer John Yerace said he was in the area on Thursday around 4 p.m. when he noticed "this section of roadway, specifically the southbound lane, had fallen off into the ocean."

Images and drone footage from the scene show a huge gap in the scenic highway, which runs along much of the California coast.

https://www.cnn.com/2021/01/30/us/big-sur-road-collapse-trnd/index.html


Anti-vaxxers shut diwn los angeles vax site for an hour..some wearing maga hats

https://www.nbc12.com/2021/01/31/anti-vaccine-protesters-temporarily-shut-down-los-angeles-vaccine-site/

Blocking cars entering site. Yelling at them that covid is hoax

famous private investigator gravely injured during robbery, not expected to survive

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Jack Palladino, the private investigator who worked on high-profile cases ranging from the Jonestown mass suicides to celebrity and political scandals, has been placed on life support after suffering a head injury during an attempted robbery.

Palladino, 70, had just stepped outside his San Francisco home on Thursday to try out his new camera when a car pulled up and a man jumped out to grab it from him, police and the detective's stepson Nick Chapman told the San Francisco Chronicle.


As the suspect grabbed the camera, Palladino fell and hit his head on the pavement, causing a traumatic head injury. Chapman said Palladino was not expected to survive after undergoing surgery to stop the massive bleeding

Palladino was wrapping up one final case before joining his wife and work partner, Sandra Sutherland, in retirement. Since the 1980s, the two conducted investigations out of their Victorian home in the city's Haight-Ashbury neighborhood, on behalf of the famous and powerful as well as the underdogs.

https://www.sfgate.com/news/article/Famous-private-eye-Jack-Palladino-gravely-injured-15910909.php?IPID=SFGate-HP-CP-Spotlight

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Grape-Nuts, Supermarket Mainstay, Is No Longer So Easy to Find - boxes listed for up to $110

Grape-Nuts cereal, the supermarket mainstay that is made of neither grapes nor nuts, beloved by some and hated by others, has become hard to find.

Supply-chain constraints and higher demand for the cereal amid the pandemic have led to shortages of the product, Kristin DeRock, Grape-Nuts brand manager for the cereal company Post Consumer Brands, said in a statement on Friday.

“Grape-Nuts is made using a proprietary technology and a production process that isn’t easily replicated, which has made it more difficult to shift production to meet demand during this time,” she said, without elaborating on that technology or process. She said that the company was working “to get Grape-Nuts fully back on store shelves, which we expect to be this spring.”


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Some hungry customers, foiled in grocery stores, tried the internet to search for the product, only to find that prices could be far above normal. Grape-Nuts said the manufacturer-suggested retail price for a 29-ounce box is $4.99.

On Amazon, one pack of four boxes, each 29 ounces, was listed for $59.99 Friday afternoon. On eBay, a similar pack of two boxes was available for $55. And on Walmart.com, a 64 ounce box was listed for $110.

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/29/business/grape-nuts-shortage.html?action=click&module=News&pgtype=Homepage

it's a matter of national interest that Trump never have a presidential library

Trump wants a library. He must never have one.

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None of this, however, means that Trump could actually create a presidential center similar to the one planned for former president Barack Obama, or those dedicated to former presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton. As Anthony Clark, author of “The Last Campaign: How Presidents Rewrite History, Run for Posterity & Enshrine Their Legacies,” wrote recently in Politico, it is unlikely that Trump has the focus, administrative savvy and financial resources to execute a presidential center: “Presidential libraries are complicated. And if you understand how they work — and how Trump himself works — it’s nearly impossible to imagine him actually pulling it off,” Clark writes.

But that doesn’t mean that Trump won’t try and that, in trying, cause further damage to the country. That is why Congress should use this moment to reconsider the legislation that helped create and shape the presidential libraries now administered by the National Archives, not just to prevent Trump from perpetrating one last, giant grift, but to reform the system so it serves the country better. This is long overdue, and would need to be done even if Trump weren’t trying to raise $2 billion for a Trump center. But his intention to do so makes this urgent, even an issue of national security.

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Ordinarily, presidential records can’t be accessed for five, and up to 12, years after a chief executive leaves office. And before leaving office, a president has significant leverage over what the public eventually can see, which documents are delivered to the Archives, which are considered public and which are private, and to weigh in on other matters, including security and the national interest.

The case of Trump is exceptional by any standard, and he should be afforded no discretion over his records or any privilege to extend the amount of time before the public can see them. Trump’s 2017 requirement that the National Archives withhold access to his materials until 2033 should be abrogated, and Congress should begin an extraordinary effort to recover as much of his communications legacy as possible, even material that wasn’t deemed “presidential.” Trump’s presidency mixed public and private interests in a way that was unprecedented in modern American history, so his decisions on these matters can’t be trusted. He incited an insurrection, and many of the people who may have participated in that, including members of Congress, are still actively engaged in public life. The need to know who they are and what they did isn’t just a matter for the FBI, the Justice Department and prosecutors.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/entertainment/museums/trump-presidential-library/2021/01/27/4ea5e8c0-5fed-11eb-9430-e7c77b5b0297_story.html

Ohio lawmakers call for June 14th holiday - President Donald J. Trump Day



https://wgntv.com/news/president-donald-j-trump-day-ohio-lawmakers-call-for-june-14-holiday/

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WJW) — Two Ohio representatives are looking to declare June 14 as “President Donald J. Trump Day.”

On Friday, Republican Reps. Jon Cross and Reggie Stoltzfus emailed their House colleagues asking for co-sponsors for their upcoming bill “to celebrate one of the greatest presidents in American history,” the Columbus Dispatch reports.

“Let’s show the 3,154,834 Ohio voters who cast their ballot to re-elect Donald J. Trump that we as a legislature recognize the accomplishments of his administration,” the request said.

The email request has been shared on social media by several journalists.

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District Teacher Faces Backlash After Allegedly Writing Racist Social Media Post

https://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2021/01/29/southmoreland-school-district-teacher-faces-backlash-after-allegedly-writing-racist-social-media-post/


Jayson Monroe is one of Love’s former students.

“I can’t believe that this is coming from a teacher,” Love said. “Of all people, the people that we have raising our kids?”

A disciplinary hearing was held Thursday for Love. The superintendent would not tell KDKA the outcome but said he considers this a serious matter.

“The Southmoreland School District Administration considers the alleged language to be racially offensive and improper. This is a District personnel matter and is under investigation and no further comment can be made at this time,” said Superintendant Vincent Mascia in a statement to KDKA.



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